GOP leaders promised Friday that the House will act next week — just days from a Nov. 3 deadline.
The new rules require states to cut carbon emissions by 30 percent by 2030. Each state has a customized target and is responsible for drawing up an effective plan to meet its goal.
Prosecutors say thousands of pounds of marijuana were shipped from the Phoenix, Arizona, area to the Indianapolis homes of relatives and associates of the drug ring.
The State Department of Health says Indiana’s cancer registry shows 26 people were diagnosed with a brain cancer type called glioblastoma in Henry County between 1999 and 2013.
Prosecutors contended that the dog was out of the view of jurors as it sat by the child’s feet.
The FDA said Friday that it impounded orders of an anesthetic that has been used in past executions in combination with drugs that paralyze the muscles and stop the heart.
Help various causes, shop for food or clothing and check out Lego creations like never before. It’s all going on Oct. 24.
Mayor Tom Henry and Councilman Mitch Harper take different approaches in ads about public safety during a string of violence.
Investigators believe a Syracuse man crashed his cabin cruiser into a pier and another boat at a high rate of speed on the lake back in September and then took off.
Crews pouring a sidewalk sliced a gas line in downtown Huntington. The fire department is monitoring the gas levels while a crew repairs the line.
The defense attorney for 19-year-old Triceten Bickford of Fort Wayne says he was drunk and may have had medical issues when he attacked the woman Oct. 17 as she sat at an outdoor cafe table in Bloomington with her 9-year-old daughter.
A fire investigator said children were playing with fireworks outside the mobile home before the fire sparked.
Three Fort Wayne residents – one a 16-year-old girl – were killed by gunfire in two incidents midday Thursday and early Friday.
The jury took two hours Friday to find Freddie Alcantar Jr. guilty of the August 2013 murder of 59-year-old Deb Jones who was found dead in the bathroom of her Fort Wayne home.
Officers investigating the treats at two schools did not find anything suspicious.
Police need the public’s help identifying a man they say showed up at a Lillie Street home and fired a single shot inside.
UAW members at Fiat Chrysler’s U.S. factories voted 77 percent in favor of the agreement, the union said. The contract covers 40,000 workers at 23 U.S. factories.
Master Sgt. Joshua L. Wheeler is the first American soldier to die in combat against the Islamic State group in Iraq.
Akia Haynes of the Indiana Civil Rights Commission is one of two candidates who will interview to head up the Michigan civil rights office.
City Council President John Crawford said Thursday that he will file a complaint with the city’s ethics board.